Tuesday, October 30, 2007

Cathay Pacific

Cathay Pacific has announced that it will be increasing capacity to JFK this December onwards by putting the Boeing 777-300ER on 3 out of 7 flights operated currently by the A 340-600. This refers to CX 830/831.

Thus the airline's 21 weekly JFK flights will be flown using a B 744 seven times a week (via YVR with full 5th freedom rights) + 10 times a week B 773ERs + 4 times a week an A 346.

As far as Canada is concerned, a local travel magazine i.e. Travel Courier has mentioned that CX will be using the B 773ER on YYZ & YVR flights from mid 2008 onwards.

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